Def Leppard break digital deadlock as entire catalogue goes online
Posted on: 19 janvier 2018, by : Eamonn Forde

Def Leppard, one of the last multi-platinum digital holdouts, have licensed their entire catalogue to download and streaming services. It is available today (19 January) on all the major streaming and download platforms.
The band, whose global album sales top 100m, were conspicuous by their absence from iTunes, Spotify and more. This was partly down to disputes with their record label (Mercury/Universal) over licensing but also tied to the band’s dissatisfaction with digital royalty rates.
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